Freight pass-through



noun, Commerce.
1.
a special allowance or discounted price given a bookseller or bookstore by a publishing house for paying the freight charge on a shipment of books ordered: so called because the shipping charge is passed on to the consumer by an increase in the suggested retail price for each book.
Abbreviation: FPT.

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